Malcom CasSelle: The Next Generation Investor

Being a natural leader coupled with his communication skills and ability to set organizational goals, Malcom CasSelle has developed into one of the most successful entrepreneurs of his generation. During his early days, he had his higher education at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and masters from Stanford University where he studied computer science in both universities. The fact that he speaks Japanese, mandarin and English makes him excel amongst a range of people promoting his investments along the way.

CasSelle started building his new age empire in 1995 when he started he co- founded his first company NetNoir an Afrocentric focused media production website. 3 years later for period of four years he went on to become the senior vice president of Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW) a successful telecom service provider in Hong Kong now worth an excess of $35 billion. He went on to become Hong Kong director of Capital Union Investments from 2006 till 2013 managing the investments of late stage web companies. After which he became the CEO for Xfire, Mediapass and Timeline Labs a social media tracking software.

Malcom is currently the president of WAX and the CIO of OPSkins, the best site for trading online video games. OPSkins is the number one bitcoin merchant in the world whose users pay cross border micro-payments. Being a centralized market place, there is only so much that can be achieved and that’s why there is a need for a decentralized market place to reach the next levels hence bitcoin.

That need for a decentralized market led to the creation of WAX. Wax is a platform allowing anybody to have an individual marketplace without need of prior security settings, or knowledge of web development. The software was developed by the founders of OPSkins. WAX has been configured to allow over 400 million active players on the platform. The biggest problem faced by virtual asset markets are fragmentation and fraud both of which blockchain solves. CasSelle has shown the world there is always room for progress even if it is against the tide.